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Global Investigative Journalism Network Seeks Research Director


The Global Investigative Journalism Network, GIJN, needs a research director to help manage and expand its growing resource center which is used by journalists all over the world.

GIJN, the world’s premier international association of investigative journalism organizations, has with 138 members in 62 countries.

The research director responsibility will include cataloguing and organizing hundreds of resources and integrating them into a database management system.

He/she would also be tasked with helping the network identify and evaluate the latest data sets and investigative tools.

Candidates must have skills in database management, data and investigative journalism, ability to work independently and responsibly in a decentralized organization and ability to work effectively in a cross-cultural environment.

The position will be part time but can become full time in year. Also, preference will be given to applicants in Washington although that is not a requirement.

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